unifoliate

adjective
uni·​fo·​li·​ate | \ ˌyü-nə-ˈfō-lē-ət How to pronounce unifoliate (audio) \

Definition of unifoliate

1 : having only one leaf

First Known Use of unifoliate

1849, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for unifoliate

uni- + Latin folium leaf — more at blade

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